Bertha, Greatest Story Ever Told, Jack A Roe, Wang Dang Doodle, Loose Lucy, Queen Jane Approximately, Lazy River Road, Let It Grow, Don't Ease Me In Eyes Of The World-> Looks Like Rain, Way To Go Home, Truckin'-> Drums-> Jam-> The Wheel-> Throwing Stones-> Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad-> Johnny B. Goode, E: Rain
Schoeps > DAT > CDR via Tom Bellanca encoded by Matt Vernon
February 28, 2014 Subject:
September 16, 2010 Subject:
agree on AUDs
I second the feeling that a SBD is void of all warmth and excitement. Useful in that it's crystal clear, but otherwise cold.
June 19, 2008 Subject:
Wrong on the sound quality
I take serious issue with the "fair" assessment of the sound quality of this tape. No, it's not perfect, but it's damn good, and in the post-Hornsby era a damn good audience tape was always better than the bloodless SBDs, which sounded like the band was performing in an empty rehearsal hall. Five stars for truth and sonic balance.
April 1, 2006 Subject:
Every year the Dead came to Cal Expo, the Calif state fair grounds. I went to most of the shows as I only lived 3 miles away. I could hear the music from my house if I was not at the show. The parking lot scene at cal Expo was really a good one. 3 days of deadheads doing what deadheads do. Having a great time. Sampling herb, playing music,selling food and lots of other stuff. It was great.Sometimes the parking lot was the best part of the experience.
This tape is fair but not a 5 star by any means. it is pretty good for an audience tape, but no where near the quality of a good sound board recording.
I only give a 5 to the Warfield Theatre and Radio City Music Hall shows in 1980.
Jery Bob and Phill were playing acoustic guitars and Bret Mydland is playing the piano.
Check them out they are the best.
March 3, 2006 Subject:
Nothing short of Grateness!
This show is effin killer from start to finish. You can hear every beat, every word and truly feel the excitement with each songs start. A Grate night in Dead history!